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Old 05-10-2010, 10:30 AM   #1
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LXer: Tiny Core Linux: My first impression: innovative and amazing

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I spent plenty of time running Puppy Linux, Damn Small Linux and other small live distros during my "early" days (2007-08) with free, open-source operating systems. In the past couple of years I've settled into the routine of using "big" OSes, meaning full-fledged distros/projects installed to the hard drive in the traditional way you know, Debian, Ubuntu, FreeBSD and OpenBSD. I've been thinking about getting back to the small projects for some time. Today I burned a Slitaz disc. Couldn't get X to start. (And no, none of the vga=xxx boot codes would help.) So I turned to Tiny Core Linux.



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